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thousands turn out in liberal to help from a republican presidential candidate. >> we will see the registration
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restoration and freedom again. >> his name is ron paul. new at 10:00, john sasaki had a crowd of 2,000 right at the palm of his hand. >> reporter: tonight's feature speaker wants to be the republican nominee for president. congressman ron paul received a heros welcome from a crowd outside university library. very quickly he had his supporters supporters screaming from everything like smaller government. >> if you had state's rights in california wouldn't have the feds bugging you and coming in here and invading and telling you what you can do with your own body. >> i'm consistent and i'm truthful. >> reporter: before the speech congressman paul told me despite his low delegate count he is still working to win the
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nomination. >> to present the case for liberty. and to make sure that people hear this, so that if i'm not president, they surely will know what to have as president. >> his consistencies and his view, his honesty is something we need the politics. >> reporter: not everyone who is here is still in school. >> he's one of the champions of constitution, he believes in peaceful policy which is consistent policy. >> reporter: ron paul got the public to chant, end the feds. >> tonight showed ron paul can pull big clouds he just has to figure out how to if your honor that into primary votes.
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john sasaki, ktvu news. >> on we posted more video on ron paul's speech tonight. republican mitt romney campaigned in pennsylvania today. that's the home of his rival rick santorum. romney stopped to call supporters to rally. romney took aim at president oe what saying he's out of touch with americans. >> we have a president who i think is a nice guy but he spent too much time in harvard perhaps or not too much time working working. >> a campaign insider said they decided to increase pressure on newt gingrich to quit the race. president obama signs
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legislation he calls a game changer. the new law aimed at helping small businesses. now to the latest developments in this week's shooting at oikos university. oakland police are still looking for the weapon that killed seven people and injured three others. police were focused on a garbage can near the school late this afternoon. >> reporter: looking for a gun, a crime scene tech pulled out each piece of trash from a bus stop. around 4:30, police say they got a call from someone who said he spotted a gun in the trash just a half mile from oikos university where a man shot and killed seven people on monday. but this lead came up empty. >> definitely might have added another piece of the puzzle. but unfortunately we were unable to find the firearm if there ever was one.
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>> reporter: 43-year-old one goh has admitted to the shooting. he had dropped out of school and was demanded his full tuition back. the coo tells us administrators met with goh three times to try to con have -- to convince him to stay in school but were unsuccessful. >> reporter: this pastor from the school put out a bible and seven candles. some people said goh did not get along with his classmates especially women. court records show he changed his name from sue goh. in his official petition he wrote quote, i do not like my current name because it sounds like a girl's name. with my luck here, police will continue to look for the firearm goh suspects of using. eric rasmussen, ktvu channel 2 news. for the last several nights we have been bringing you the
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stories of seven people who's lives were cut short. tonight we're learning about another victim. grace kim was a 23-year-old woman studying to be a nurse at oikos university. she was living and working in union city. lloyd lacuesta is live in union city where he was told kim's personality could light up a right. >> reporter: grace kim was scheduled to work a bar tending shift here at chaplin's sports bistro. today her friends and family share a video with us and say they still can't believe the vivacious 23-year-old is gone. >> reporter: gracie f. baby was
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her nickname. >> that's her personality, and what people called her. >> reporter: the bar owner says she was vivacious and close to finishing her studies. >> she would bring a smile to your face. >> reporter: friends knew she attended oikos. when she did not attend to work, they gathered at the bar to wait. >> reporter: the reporter matched tattoos to graces tattoos. some of her friends just broke down and started really losing it. >> reporter: she got her tattoos at inkies studio at fremont and here too they remembered. >> definitely grace was a lot larger than life. >> reporter: one of kim's tattoos read faith. >> she's an angel and she was just somebody that i wish i got
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to say goodbye to. >> reporter: grace kim graduated from foothill high school in pleasanton five years ago. her friends have organized a fund for her funeral expenses and for her family. live in union city, lloyd lacuesta, ktvu channel 2 news. and at 10:30 we will look at all seven people killed on sunday night's shootings and the families left behind the cope. a teenager had to be rescued from the cold waters at the pacific at lands end. diners at the cliff house spotted the teen below. the teen was stuck near the ruins of the old sutro bathhouse. the teen was stranded when the tide came in. he was taken to the hospital for exam national but did not appear to be seriously injured. people in the southernmost regions of the bay area may
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have felt an earthquake tonight. it measured 3.7 and hit at 8:15 this evening. it was centered at the pinnacle of -- a 21-year-old man aáersed monday for a homicide two arrested monday for a homicide two years ago is now charged with another killing. 14-year-old evans was shot down in front of a middle school. the killing is believed to have been gang related. >> and on monday, ying was also charged with killing samuel nava of hayward. a discrimination case is now in the hands of the jury. attorneys wrapped up closing arguments this afternoon. seven of richmond's top ranking african american officers filed
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the lawsuit. jury begins deliberations tomorrow. u.s. stock markets ended mixed on the last day of a last trading week. the dow dropped 14 points but the nasdaq gained 12. a positive jobs report was tempered by fears about the debt crisis in spain. markets are closed tomorrow for good friday. there are widespread reports in the financial press tonight that face book has decided to trade its shares on nasdaq instead of the u.s. stock exchange. nasdaq offering lower fees and is weighted with tech companies. the company that owns nasdaq also stands to profit. it's shares rose 1.2%. while shares in the nyse fell 1.3%. the facebook ipo is expected sometime next month. and one day after announces 2,000 job cuts, yahoo ceo scott thompson issued a memo to all the remaining employees in an effort to try to reassure them about the company's future. thompson also hinted at changes
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that could streamline yahoo's management team and said he would reveal more next week. thompson is yahoo's fourth ceo in less than five year. hundreds of comcast employees could soon lose their jobs. comcast is slashing 200 jobs in california. with some cuts coming at comcast morgan hill center. comcast is helping employees find other positions. what we noticed in the search for sierra lamar and where authorities will focus next. the cold air remains in place, the one part of the bay area that will soon be under a frost advisory. these american idol
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told us they're still proud. >> reporter: deandre. >> reporter: with the help of social media, these fans knew before the show aired here on the west coast tonight that deandre had been e -- eliminated. but that did not stop fans and friends. >> he made it so far. he reached his goal. >> reporter: family and friends say that goal was reaching at least the top 10. the 17-year-old will always be a winner and he plans to pursue a career in music. >> deandre will always be his grandma's number one idol. this has been his dream since he was a little boy. he started since he was four years old. >> reporter: since he made it into the top four, he will be
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singing in the upcoming top 10 tour. >> we'll give him a big hug and kiss, we love him. >> reporter: despite knowing the show's result ahead of time, family and friends packed into the restaurant to show their unwaiverring support. back here live friends told me they will be back for a party to welcome deandre home. amber lee, ktvu. you can catch deandre on mornings on 2 tomorrow. we will ask about his plans for the future at the 7:00 hour. we have an extensive american idol section. the chp says the truck's engine burst into flames. a ktvu assignment editor shot this video from the upper deck before the chp shut down the entire bridge. the closure lasted about 10
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minutes while firefighters put out the flames. caltrain then examined the area and determined there was no structural damage. >> the fire department came out here to put the fire out took about 10 minutes. >> reporter: the truck driver was notified by another driver that his engine was on fire and he jump out unharmed. crews contained a small fuel spill by flames. the wine was not damaged at all. we're learning a new details about a bizarre slow chase. an officer spotted a stolen construction crane at 2:15 in the morning. the crane's boom took out street light, power lines and tree limbs as officers were following behind. 54-year-old jerry kline from
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arkansas stole the crane. prosecutors say edwin ramos shot anthony balonia and his two sons mistaking them for gang members. the defends contends a passenger fired the fatal shot. police in fairfield have named their prime suspect in the death of a 19-year-old girl, shana watson who was found stabbed behind a home in the 800 block of fourth street last sunday. investigators are looking for 41-year-old warren sloan of fairfield. police say he has a history of violence and is considered dangerous. he is described as african american and weighing 205 pounds. the search for missing bay area teenager, sierra la mar expanded today. robert handa tell us where they're looking now and the one noticeable difference between
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this search and the others. >> reporter: today's search for missing 15-year-old sierra lamra is using a familiar approach in unfamiliar territory. >> we're just looking for anything that looks like it would be interesting. just looking for things that are out of place. >> reporter: search and rescue teams began rolling into san martin and gilroy this morning. communities just south of morgan hill. investigators believe the teenager was abducted close to her home on march 16th. until today the search focus around the home and near by fields where her purse and cell phone were found. >> i don't want to say we eliminated areas but we have covered a lot of morgan hill area. >> reporter: one noticeable difference today is how fast search teams were moving from one area to another. >> they are a little bit mobile today. so they're not walking per se from here from san martin to gilroy. they are checking large areas. large parts of properties, foreclosed homes, creek beds,
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waterways. >> reporter: this afternoon several search dog teams were brought in in addition considered very useful in covering a lot of grounds without disrupting a possible crime scene. >> we can search huge areas with the dogs. dirt piles, debris piles, we can clear them with the dogs. >> reporter: despite the all day efforts, they reported no finds today. a search is scheduled for saturday. in san martin, robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. detectives say they arrested justin noel lopez yesterday at his home. investigators say they have evidence lopez molested three boys he met online. sheriff detectives say they believe there are more victims and ask anyone with information about this case to contact the napa county sheriff's department. another cool and windy day
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across the entire bay area. in fact, here's a look at some of the strong gusts from point rays to sfo. hayward and san jose right around 25 miles per hour. winds have been backing up quite a bit. as a result temperatures have been cooling off. right now in santa rosa, 43- degree. napa 43 and fair fair -- fair -- fairfield in the lower 40s as well. if you want to keep the plants warm, the animals warm, once again first thing tomorrow morning take a look at these very chilly numbers once again flirting near the 30 degrees mark for santa rosa, napa. san francisco 43 and san jose 39 degrees. coming up the timing of our next warming friend and the one part of our weekend we could be dodging a few showers. strong winds along the coast piled -- the road was
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closed to traffic after drifting sand made travel difficult. restaurants in the area tell us the highway is back open again. audio evidence of a bounty system. >> reporter: audio that's a smoking gun proof the new orleans saints paid
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we want him running sideways, we want his head sideways. caught on tape, pregame instructions not just to hit but to injure players on the 49ers before january's play off game. it's the smoking gun from the
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saint's locking room. a recording that is shedding new light on new orleans sporting scandal and it has the sports world buzzing tonight. more on the tape and reaction from nfl players, debra villalon. >> reporter: it's awfully explicit and it helps explain the harsh punishment. we have been gathering reaction even here at the black magic, a saint's bar. >> hit the body, hit the body. >> reporter: saint's coordinator williams directs his defense to play dirty against the 49ers. >> every single one of you, before you get off, affect the head. early, affect the head. continue, touch and hit the head. >> reporter: urging head shots at a time the nfl says it's doing all it can to stem concussions. lit wonder then williams is ejected from the league indefinitely and sean payton suspended a year. >> you take the best players
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and you put them on the sideline, you're playing against the second team. >> reporter: now a college athletic director, he's heard coaches say outrageous things but -- >> it happens you want it to be inadvertent. you want it to be within the rules of the game. you don't want to tell a guy to go out there, aim at his knee. that's crazy. >> reporter: on the tape, williams orders players to hit alex smith on the chin. implying a cash reward. and besides pounding frank gore's head. there's talk about taking out michael crabtree's knee. >> you need to decide whether you wants to be a fake [ bleep ] or he's going to be a real guy. he becomes human we [ bleep ] take him out with an acl >> reporter: for zack hurd, a
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second year raider, it's crazy. >> if you want to hit a guy you hit him straight in the head. >> is it right? no, does it happen? yes. >> reporter: another viewpoint this one from roger craig who told me he thinks it's sad and overblown to single out one team for a behavior that's gone on for years and that the league is just damaging it's own imagine. we're live in san francisco, debra villalon, ktvu news. a judge in san francisco has dismissed a case that sought to ban toys in mcdonald's happy meals. a mother from sacramento sought the suit. it claims mcdonalds violated -- by luring children to eat unhealthy foods. a southern california based
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developer wants to turn the vacant mervyn's headquarters into apartments. the building on foothill boulevard has been vacant since mervyn's went out of business in 2008. an accused killer faces a judge, his plea in san francisco's mass murder case. plus innocent lives lost, the stories of the seven people who were working toward a who were working toward a better when i take a picture of this check, it goes straight to the bank. oh. oh look the lion is out! no mommy no! don't worry honey, it only works on checks. deposit checks from your smartphone with chase quickdeposit. just snap a picture, hit send and done.
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the man accused of killing five people in a home pled not guilty today. 35-year-old luk appeared in court in chain and a prison jump suit. as a judge read the charges, five counts of murder luk shook
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his head and said not guilty. the charges carry special circumstances making him eligible for the death penalty. bail was set at $25 million. the victims of monday's oikos university shootings were all immigrants or children of immigrants building a life here in the bay area. ktvu's rita williams puts a face, seven faces on those trying to live the american dream. >> reporter: the memorial grows as does the disbelief. how could such a peaceful place be the scene of such violence. the people killed here were immigrants or the children of immigrants and grief now stretches around the world. giana that's where san jose's judith seymour will be buried. at 63 the oldest victim and mother of two, seymour had worked as a tax analyst but was about to realize her dream of becoming a nurse.
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doris chabuco40 was the mother of three girls, a lawyer before immigrating a decade ago. chibuko also was a nursing student. her husband says he will take her home to nigeria for burial. bhutia will return home. he work hard all night cleaning the food court. friend called him a kind and gentle buddhist. >> she really liked kids, so she worked to help the children. just 21 the youngest victim, sim's family came from korea. grace kim also was korean american. friends described her as fun loving and full of life. a graduate of foothill high school in pleasanton, she worked as a waitress to pay for her nursing studies.
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23-year-old chodum grew up in india, the daughter of tibethian immigrants. she had only come here to work on her nursing degree but had already made a big impact on children katleen ping was the only employee killed. the heart, brain and soul of the family said her father. seven families that want us to remember their loved ones not for how they died but the way they lived. >> you will find our expensive reportings on our bay area news tab. president obama says a bill he signed into law is a
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potential game changer for special businesses trying to save money. the so called jobs bill stands for jump start our business start ups. it allows small companies to go public sooner, it exempts some companies from some rules and it makes it easier to use the internet to find small investors. >> start ups and small business will now have access to a big new pool of potential investors. namely the american people. >> some democrats say the bill weakens safeguard that were put into place after the wall street melt down and could lead to abuse. leon panetta is is a bit of
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a frequent flier. the flights cost taxpayers about $32,000. panetta is required to fly on military planes for security reasons. the popular video about a uganda war lord who's turning kids into soldiers now has a sequel. >> we will not dismiss the problems of our friends simply because they are not our own. >> reporter: the california advocacy group invisible children released kony two in response to critics. noticeably missing from this video is the voice of the group's cofounder jason russell who is diagnosed with psychosis last month. keith oberman is firing back against current tv. a spokesman for current tv called the lawsuit malicious.
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saying the host was fired because of his absences and comments about his bosses. j.f.k. drive now has a separate bikeway to keep bicycle traffic away from cars that means the bike line is now where the cars used to park and one lane of traffic has now been converted into parking spaces. planners say it'll make the park safe for both bike riders and drivers. but some riders say the system is confusing and makes for a very bad mess. >> we were asking each other is this a parking or what is these people waiting for? >> reporter: the new separated bikeway will be complete by this summer. odwala issues an alert about one of its drinks, the concern that's prompted a recall tonight. temperatures continue to drop off rapidly this evening. the timing of a warming trend
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odwalla is recalling a drunk because it may cause an allergy. the recall covers bottles with enjoy by dates before may 23rd of this year. they are sold in 12 and 32- ounce bottles and in a cosco variety pack. so far they've found no evidence of any nuts in the drink. airport security faced a noisy distraction at oakland
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airport today. they said the transportation security transportation is considered budget cuts. tsa agents say any cuts would compromise airport security not to mention longer lines for passengers. the protest was informational only and did not affect security. a new sort of airline service is in the works for frequent fliers who want to get from the peninsula to point south. surf air says it's finally about to start a fly as you go service. passengers can fly from palo alto, and los angeles area airports. surf air plans to start testing the system with 500 passengers and two aircraft later this year. santa rosa residents are on notice, construction of the smart train project is coming to town. on april 27th, workers are said to begin rebuilding railroad lines in april. the work is in preparation of the commuter train that will run from santa rosa to san
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rafael. the annual tally of caltrain ridership finds that more people than ever are taking the trains these days. ridership was up about 12% last year compared to the year before and that's inspite of higher fairs and cuts. caltrain is still facing money problems and one reason for that is the money gets from government subsidies goes down as ridership goes up. in news of the world tonight, in syria, snipers fired from rooftops. the secretary general of the united nations says the crisis is getting worse and claims more lives each day. syria has promised to withdraw troops from population centers by next tuesday. in tripoli, libyans with flocking the beaches that were once off limits the white sandy beaches were reserved mainly for family members of gadhafi. libyans hope to attract
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tourists to the expansive coastline the longest in the mediterranean. two young women were the first casualties of war in syria. it lasted for nearly four years and was the worse conflict in europe since world war ii. while the fighting has stopped, the division remains and some say they are at deep as ever. a convicted murder who then killed another prisoner to avenge the death of a little girl in nevado has been sentenced to death. he said quote the innocence of a child will be defended at all costs. he was referring to 9-year-old melody oshrard who was run over by a drunk driver on a motorcycle. the california department of corrections today released
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new photos of charles manson who is now 77 years old. they were taken last june. manson was convicted in the 1969 murders of sharon tate and six others. he's not expected to show up for his upcoming parol hearing. they will strongly oppose manson being released. a war veteran turned victim, only on 2. the theft that devastated a bay area man. it í
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ability to tell his story. >> take a look, i can give out to the people were about pearl harbor. >> reporter: 92-year-old pearl harbor veteran mickey gannon told me what's left of his unique presentation after the heartbreaking theft in san leandro last night, he had a hard time holding back tears. >> it means an awful lot to me, it cannot be replaced. >> reporter: he was here on east 14th at a veteran's dinner about 7:00. he came outside to check on his pickup truck parked right here and found someone had jimmies the lock and stolen his life's treasures. >> i had my hat, badges and pins and different things i use for displays, not having those to show the people, it takes a lot out of my life. >> ganach soldiered on today. >> we had a battleship --
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>> reporter: at the san ramon valley lunch as he does regularly for schools and civics groupless. he displayed newspapers and photos he used as a 22-year- old. the battleship he helped defend from the crow's nest that day. that fateful day. he retains astonishing command of its details 70 years later. that a thief diminished this remarkable voice of history -- >> it's devastating for a man like him doing the kind of things he's doing right now. >> somebody has to call and turn it back in, we can only hope. >> reporter: items stolen from his truck really belong to history. he's eager to recover them, no questions asked. john fowler, ktvu channel 2 news. a u.s. coast guard today managed to sink a derelict fishing boat today. the boat has been drifting across the pacific for more than a year after it broke lose
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in the tsunami. there were fears the boat would become a hazard to navigation. they used explosives to sink the boat in waters more than 6,000 feet deep. eliana lopez the wife of suspended sheriff mirkarimi is speaking out. she says that she loves her husband and she says the argument that led to the domestic violence charges was an emotional misunderstanding about potential custody issues. lopez says she was betrayed by her neighbor ivory madison who reported the couple's fight to police. lopez says authorities have ignored her viewpoint and treated it as irrelevant. the next few days are important for next christians and jews are pass over and easter. the vatican celebrated holy
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thursday by the washing of the feet. the pope delivered a rare criticism of priests who have called for an end of celibacy. pass over begins at sun down tomorrow. it's a tradition to clean kitchens thoroughly. pass over marks the deliverance of ancient hebrews from slavery in egypt. another day of multiple weather elements here in the bay area. plenty of sunshine, gusty winds and even a few pop up showers. showers have moved out of town for right now as you can see on storm tracker 2. for a time it'll be clear to partly cloudy skies. still a bit of a breeze around the bay bridge. winds tomorrow not as strong as today, probably in the 10 to 15- mile an hour range. as far as overnight lows,
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definitely want to bundle up first thing. napa as we have a frost advisory for the north bay valleys and mountains for tomorrow morning. but into the afternoon hours, a nice recovery with those readings back easily. into the upper 50s and green contour links up in the 60s. tomorrow will be warmer than today. just for reference, here's a look at the high's from tomorrow afternoon. everybody up a few degrees for friday, san jose back up into the lower 60s right around 63. we had a cool weather system moving over southern california. primarily scooting off to the east. that will produce a few showers to the north bay and east baby mid- to late afternoon. by friday and saturday, more sunshine. possibly a few extra high clouds on saturday. temperatures in the upper 50s to upper 60s. by sunday here's the change. this weather system moves in and this forecast model is bumping up the shower chances
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up in the north bay but it still looks dry south of the golden gate bridge as we head into sunday afternoon. here is the outdated forecast model it has been changing so tomorrow will be dry for friday. but then you notice a few high clouds moving in saturday. still dry and then into sunday morning, here's where it could get interested. and that rain line basically dividing the bay area with rain to the north of the golden gate bridge, dry to the south of the golden gate bridge. with that we're going to bump up the shower chances in the north bay. a chance right around the central portions of the bay and a few clouds right around san jose and morgan hill. everybody up a few degrees for tomorrow. we don't have to worry about any rain drops for tomorrow afternoon. san mateo, 61. you see temperatures warming up nicely from saturday into sunday. there's the chance of a shower
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by sunday and it could be unsettled into next week. especially for tuesday and into wednesday. so if you're still scheduling the easter egg hunts i would go for sunday morning instead of sunday afternoon. >> do it early. >> there you go. >> thank you, mark. otter crossing warning signs have popped up now in corte mad era. sometimes they venture on to the street and right into traffic. so the friend of the corte mad era creek teamed up to fix the problem. >> they are dark and little and hard to see. so we're hoping that the signs will sort of alert people that they might be there. >> reporter: gillman says it's good news that the otters are showing up in marin because it means they're avoiding areas that are polluted. it is a big night in sports with the sharks battling for a play off spot. fists were flying tonight and it was a fight to
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[ female announcer ] alta bates summit medical center and sutter health -- our story is you. mark is here with sports, talk about amped up. the sharks and kings that was some play off hockey tonight.
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>> no question about it, the sharks going to the play offs for the 13th time in the last 15 years. but we did have wild and willie posthockey. the volume turned way up. it's not about cotton candy and rainbows. seven minutes in, setting the tone they get into it. fast forward to the third, sharks lead briefly. kings now with one of seven combined power play goals, justin williams two goals tonight. 5-5 we go into a shoot out. 6-5 sharks, one regular season game left against these kings at the tank saturday. san jose could still win the division title. they're in a virtual tie with the kings right now but
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definitely going to the play offs. tiger of course the house hold name at augusta, but making the real marquee shots. bradley out of the bunker. that's a nice shot, birdie. he's one-under 71. lawry maybe better on 13th. 3-under 69 for him. no shot better in his round than that right there. he's two off the lead. as for tiger, here on 10, he will do nicely to set himself up for a bird. his round in totality couple of bogey, winds up even par. he's five back of this man, lee westwood who had seven birdies in his round including this rather short but difficult put for another birdie. 5-under 67 he's your round one leader. get this show on the road
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for real for the giants opening tomorrow in arizona. 4:00 start just about our time, while the a's with the home opener in oakland, seattle is in town. back in detroit, bobby valentine's debut with boston. ruined in the bottom of the ninth after valverde blew a safe for the tigers. austin jackson, bases loaded, rbi single, walk it off for the tigers 3-2 over the position ton red sox. at wrigley field, a walk off of a different sorts as only bull murray can do it. he slides into first place and pretty good form on the mound to throw that first pitch out. in fact, the cubs were in good form too, they lost 2-1 to the washington nationals to get their season started on the usual foot for them. that's the sporting life for a thursday night. giants and a's opening for real tomorrow, julie. >> all right, mark, thank you.
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